Caysen Tyler Allison, Ginger Diane Brown, Missing Children, Jessica Colleen Robinson, a lawsuit against American Airlines, a CDC policy change, and more in News Wrap Up #3.
- A Bell County grand jury indicted Caysen Tyler Allison, 18, of Temple, on a murder charge for his role in the stabbing death of a classmate at Belton High School. Allison remains in custody at the Bell County Jail for the first-degree felony and a Class A misdemeanor assault charge. His bonds total more than $1 million.
- According the the Copperas Cove Police Department, Ginger Diane Brown, 46, is the name of the previously unidentified woman found unresponsive lying under a tree at Ogletree Gap Park, 1878 Post Office Road, at approximately 8:07 p.m. Tuesday. No foul play is suspected.
- According to a DFPS report released in May, the state of Texas has 45,870 children in its care. One thousand seven hundred and sixty seven children under the state’s care went missing 3,528 times last year. Eighteen of those children were from Bell County. Two of those children passed away while missing.
- Jessica Colleen Robinson, a woman held in the Coryell County jail for theft of lumber, is now charged with the murder of Elizabeth Ann Romero, of Waco. Romero was reported missing on April 8. Robinson’s mother and a witness present at the scene, told investigators that Robinson shot Romero twice in the chest at an address in the 800 block of Moccasin Bend Road in Gatesville on April 1 and disposed of her body. Law enforcement official have yet to locate Romero’s body.
- A 26-page lawsuit against American Airlines was filed Monday in a Texas court by Michael Lowe, a professional outdoorsman and career guide that spent 17 days in jail after being misidentified by police investigating a burglary at a duty-free shop in Dallas Fort Worth International Airport in 2020.
- The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will end the requirement for travelers to test negative for Covid-19 before entering the US on Sunday.
- According to federal prosecutors in Brooklyn, Colombia extradited Martin Perez, former commander of a FARC paramilitary unit known as the 30th Front from 2011 to 2014, to the United States to face drug trafficking charges.